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Despite their hard-wearing nature, vacuum sewer systems still require cleaning on occasion. If these systems aren’t kept clean, they could cease to operate as they need to. Thanks to vacuum sewer cleaning in Lancashire, we can ensure that all vacuum sewer systems are able to operate as effectively as possible.

Vacuum sewers, otherwise known as pneumatic sewers, are an effective way of transporting waste to a sewage treatment plant. Many homes and businesses rely on public vacuum sewers to carry their waste away. Although these systems are designed to carry waste away quickly, it is still possible for waste to get caught in them. Even if it is only a small amount of waste, this can then capture other forms of waste.

Over time, even pneumatic sewer systems can become blocked. In public systems, this can be a serious problem and cause damage to the surrounding area. In addition to the issues a vacuum blockage can cause to the local area, it can also cause issues in attached properties. This can include businesses and domestic properties.

Vacuum Sewer Cleaning Lancashire

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Vacuum Sewer Cleaning Lancashire

Where are Vacuum Sewers Most Commonly Used?

Vacuum and pneumatic sewers are most commonly used in properties which need to deal with a high volume of waste. Vacuum sewer systems are used in a wide range of properties and facilities, including:

  • Hospitals and Medical Facilities.
  • Industrial Plants, including:
  • Factories and Manufacturing Plants.
  • Warehouses and Distribution Centres.
  • Some Commercial and Retail Properties, including:
  • Shopping Centres and Supermarkets.
  • Large Offices and Shared Office Buildings. <liMilitary Facilities, such as Army Bases.
  • Marinas and Docks.
  • New Housing Developments.

All of these spaces need to be able to deal with a high volume of waste and cannot afford for it to remain in place. Vacuum sewers are increasingly being used to replace old septic tanks and gravity solutions for waste.

How Do Vacuum Sewer Systems Work?

Vacuum sewer systems use differential air pressure and gravity in order to quickly transport waste and sewage. The waste is moved through pipes towards one, or more, collection pits which then connect to a central collection tank. This tank is similar in design to a septic tank, in that it collects waste from several drainage points. In most cases, this collection tank is then links to a discharge point.

At the discharge point, the waste can be easily removed from the system by a professional team. They will use a connected vacuum system to extract waste from within the system and transport it away from your property.

Why is Vacuum Sewer Cleaning in Lancashire Essential?

Although these systems are designed to transport waste quickly, some sewage can still become caught in the pipes. Over time, this waste can turn into serious blockages which can lead to a range of problems. By taking advantage of reliable vacuum sewer cleaning in Lancashire, you’ll be able to eliminate this waste and ensure that your entre system is free from blockages.

As vacuum sewer systems are required to deal with a wide range of different waste types, they can become clogged with difficult to move blockages. Some of the most common wastes which contribute towards serious blockages can include:

      • FOG Waste (Fats, Oils and Greases).
      • Hair and Dead Skin Cells.
      • Soap Scum.
      • Human Waste.
      • Solid Food Waste.

Over time, the presence of these materials will eventually have an impact on your drainage system. They can combine and cause serious blockages, which can be difficult to dislodge. By choosing a regular vacuum sewer cleaning services, you’ll be able to avoid costly repairs.

Why Are Vacuum Sewer Blockages Such a Problem?

Blockages in vacuum sewer systems can cause serious issues. They will prevent sewage from passing through the system. In the worst cases, this can lead to permanent damage throughout your sewer system. Some of the issues that these blockages can cause include:

      • Increased Pressure in the System, leading to:
      • Cracks and Fractured Pipes.
      • Collapsed Drains.
      • Connections Becoming Loose.
      • Waste Can Remain in Your Drainage System, causing:
      • Backwash.
      • Flooding.
      • Unpleasant Smells.
      • Health Hazards.

If allowed to remain in place, or develop in the first place, vacuum sewer blockages can lead to a wide range of serious issues.

A Wide Range of Vacuum Sewer Cleaning Services in Lancashire

As part of our complete range of services, the Drain Doctor Preston team can provide industry-leading sewer cleaning services to suit your needs. We are able to quickly and professionally clean a range of sewer types for your property, including:

      • Sanitary Sewer Cleaning.
      • Sewer Pipe Cleaning.
      • Storm Sewer Cleaning.

Whatever kind of sewer cleaning services you require, get in touch with our drainage specialists today.

Get in Touch with Drain Doctor Preston for Vacuum Sewer Cleaning in Lancashire

Here at Drain Doctor Preston, we can provide a comprehensive range of drain and sewer pipe cleaning services to suit your needs. We have access to industry-leading equipment, including high-pressure water jetting equipment. As such, we can eliminate all kinds of blockages and waste caught in your vacuum sewage system.

For more information, don’t hesitate to contact our experienced team today. We’re able to deliver vacuum sewer cleaning to properties across Lancashire. Whether you’re looking for private or shared system cleaning, get in touch with our team today. You can reach our drainage specialists directly by calling us on 0800 026 6623 today. You can also send any questions or concerns you might have through our simple online contact form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.